I installed new Plesk in new VPS with Centos 7 (Virtuozzo - former PCS)... One domain is running, but when reboot the server, maillog stopped.
Last lines of the login are:
Jul 23 13:45:08 server dovecot: service=pop3, email@example.com, ip=[190.X.XX.XXX]. Server shutting down. rcvd=3270, sent=23925997, top=0/0, retr=327/23659830, del=0/594, size=40888121 Jul 23 13:45:08 server dovecot: anvil: Warning: Killed with signal 15 (by pid=1 uid=0 code=kill) Jul 23 13:45:08 server dovecot: log: Warning: Killed with signal 15 (by pid=1 uid=0 code=kill) Jul 23 13:45:08 server spamd: spamd: server killed by SIGTERM, shutting down Jul 23 13:45:08 server postfix/postfix-script: stopping the Postfix mail system Jul 23 13:45:08 server postfix/master: terminating on signal 15 Jul 23 13:45:08 server /usr/lib64/plesk-9.0/psa-pc-remote: PleskFilter: private data not NULL Jul 23 13:45:08 server /usr/lib64/plesk-9.0/psa-pc-remote: PleskFilter: private data not NULL Jul 23 13:45:08 server postfix/postfix-script: waiting for the Postfix mail system to terminate Jul 23 13:45:13 server /usr/lib64/plesk-9.0/psa-pc-remote: PleskFilter: mi_stop=1
I can reproduce this problem, but cannot fix it....
When I log into plesk (service provider view) and click on the Domains link on the left, I get an empty page. It isn't blank like there is an error, it has some instructions at the top about creating a customer etc. It just doesn't list any of the domains that are setup on the server. There are several reseller accounts with several domains under each. I've even tried setting up a new customer and adding a domain under the new customer. Still nothing shows up.
I have several other VPS accounts running Plesk 12 with several domains under different customer accounts and the domains all show up on those.
WARNING during statistics_collector execution: : statistics_collector: Unable to get dir size of /var/lib/mailman/lists/14 System error 2: No such file or directory statistics_collector: Unable to get dir size of /var/lib/mailman/archives/private/14.mbox System error 2: No such file or directory statistics_collector: Unable to get dir size of /var/lib/mailman/archives/private/14 System error 2: No such file or directoryClick to expand...
On the dashboard (intro page) there is the option "Outgoing Mail Control" and there the link "See report". When clicking on "See report" I get a "Warning: Permission denied." error message when being logged in as the full administrator. Is this due to an error in an update or what is going on here?
I'm looking for a way to get a report of the top domains that are continuously greylisted so I can determine which ones need to be put on the "domains- whitelist" because they use different IPs when resending, causing very long delays (hours/days/never) for each message sent.We're using Plesk11 on CentOS 6.4 with Postfix and the Plesk built-in Greylisting option enabled.
Today I try to fit all FW rules to my need. After i blocked the traffic "allow other incoming traffic" in the Plesk FW i dont get folders listed via FTP. The FTP client connect to my server, but listing content times out. After allow other traffic the content get listed. The rule "Allow FTP connections" ist in all enabled all the time.
I'm getting a traffic notification on a site I restored from a backup that originally came from a standard Plesk edition. Web Admin Edition doesn't appear to have access to Subscriptions, and all I can find with regard to limits under Webspaces is a hard disk quota, which isn't even editable. How do I amend of remove the limit?
When I deny all other traffic for the "System policy for incoming traffic" to secure the server by only allowing the explicit ports I've requested to open, my server stops operating correctly.
It appears when I set the "System policy for incoming traffic" to deny, it appears to be disrupting various functions such as web traffic over ports 80/443, FTP, SSH, they either work extremely slow or don't work at all.
I brought this up with my Plesk license provider and they stated that the Plesk firewall doesn't add any tracking for ephemeral ports, therefore if you set the policy to drop for incoming/outgoing, it's not going to allow proper TCP communication since the return socket can't be opened. Also that the firewall is an explicit deny system rather than explicit allow based system.
Am I doing something wrong? All I want to do is to block all ports other than the ones I've set to allow. Is this how it is supposed to work?
I migrated from one server running Plesk 10.4.4 Update #59 to a new server running Plesk 11 which I then updated to 12.0.18 Update #32. Since moving to Plesk 12 the "Notify when disk space/traffic usage reaches" emails have been being sent to our customers set up on the server whereas previously they were sent to the server admin email address.
Plesk, for an unknown reason to me, creates an "empty binding" on one specific website every time I make a "hosting change" on that very website (subscription in Plesk terms). What I mean by a "hosting change" is things like enabling/disabling SSL, adding/removing aliases and anything similar that might require Plesk to re-arrange the bindings for that website.
The issue exists only on one of the many websites I am hosting/configuring via Plesk, the others don't have any similar issues.The result of the issue is the given website being stopped by IIS since the "empty binding" is already in use by the "Default Web Site".If I go ahead and delete the empty binding from the given website, I can start the website up again.The Plesk version I am having is 12.0.18 Update #38, which I assume is the latest one.
I'm setting up a server that has both Plesk 11.5 and SmarterMail 11.6 on it. I'm trying to get Plesk set to use the SmarterMail, and it sees it fine in the Server Components, but when I try to set it as the default and put in the password information it comes back and says: Error: Some fields are empty or contain an improper value.
I thought maybe it didn't like some of the characters I had in the password, and tried simplifying that but it didn't work. So I'm wondering if it is just because Plesk 11.5 won't work with SmarterMail 11.6 yet?
I have a website works with Crystal Report, it worked with Windows server 2008 and Plesk Panel 10, now I upgrade my windows server to 2012 and plesk 11.5 and I gave this error: Server Error in '/' Application.....Please see the attached file (Error Image)
I check many things, for example I run the website on windows server 2012, just With IIS and it works fine, then I install the plesk 11.5 and take the error again.. now I sure 99% the error related to plesk....
Plesk Panel, 11.0.9, #61, Windows 2008 R2 SP1, x64
PROBLEM: With reports configured to send out to an email address local on the Windows server configured through PLESK, if local relay isn't enabled at 127.0.0.1 on the SmarterMail server, the reports are never delivered.
- server is [domainx].com - email to receive reports from PLESK is plesk444@[domainx].com -this email address is able to send and receive internally or externally to and from any client w/ SMTP auth enabled.
If SmarterMail is configured with SMTP Authentication Bypass for 127.0.0.1, we get the scheduled report emails as we should. Without the SMTP Authentication Bypass enabled, none of the clients or administrators get any reports or notifications at all.
QUESTION: How can I configure PLESK Panel 11 itself to use that SMTP Authentication to send those reports out? --is there a configuration file or registry value I can add or modify?
I brought up a basic centos 6.5 install in desire to add it to my ppa cluster.
The ppa installation task failed because wget was missing on the new node. The error message made it easy to fix (yum install wget) but thought I'd report it so that your pre-req scripts can check and install it for future users.
Is there a way to use traffic shaping in Linux? Like limit traffic to certain port, set priorities etc. Like ex: I'd want to set FTP to use max of 1mbps, http max of 80mbps, and set total to 90mbps.
Also is there ways to setup dos protection within linux? What I'd basically want is if it detects a dos, it either turns off the server, or does some other action that would cut it off either until I take action or for a set amount of time. Think turning off would be only solution since if I just drop packets I'd still be paying for that traffic.
Basically I want to ensure that if I get a DoS I'm not stuck paying insane bandwidth overcharges. I rather have a few days of downtime to deal with, then a few thousand dollars to pay and me having to declare bankruptcy and sell property etc...